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West Ham are reportedly preparing a fresh bid for Chelsea's Demba Ba in January, while Daniel Sturridge is facing a spell on the sidelines.

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Demba Ba: Remains a target for West Ham

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Martin Jol admitted last night he could be close to losing his job at Fulham as football's 'sacking season' begins to affect the Premier League

Jose Mourinho yesterday blasted Romelu Lukaku, the Chelsea striker who requested a transfer hours after his decisive penalty miss in the UEFA Super Cup final against Bayern Munich.

THE SUN

Martin Jol reckons he faces the sack if Fulham lost to West Ham.

Romelu Lukaku wanted to leave Chelsea last summer.

Daniel Sturridge has left Liverpool reeling with the news he will miss tomorrow's trip to Hull.

Willian says Chelsea was always his first choice in the summer and claims he did not have a medical at Tottenham.

DAILY STAR

Steven Gerrard has hit back at Sir Alex Ferguson's claim he is not a "top, top player".

Arsene Wenger fears it is impossible to stop match-fixing in football.

DAILY MIRROR

Jose Mourinho has told Romelu Lukaku to admit he was the one who wanted out of Chelsea.

West Ham are reportedly preparing a fresh bid for Chelsea's Demba Ba in January.

THE GUARDIAN

Liverpool fear Daniel Sturridge is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines after the striker suffered suspected ankle ligament damage in training.

DAILY EXPRESS

Jose Mourinho has risked driving a wedge between himself and Romelu Lukaku by accusing the striker of misleading the public.

THE INDEPENDENT

One thing everyone who is at Tottenham Hotspur will agree upon is that Andre Villas-Boas works hard.

Steven Gerrard has now admitted he was "gutted" by Sir Alex Ferguson's criticism of him in his autobiography.

THE TIMES

David Moyes believes Wayne Rooney is likely to become even more dangerous from dead-ball positions.

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inners two weeks in a row? I haven't felt this good since the halcyon days of sir alex and micky phelan.

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his isn't directed at Van Gaal in particular, but, let's be honest, you don't have to be a tactical genius to beat Arsenal at the moment do you? I will say one thing...he put Van Persie on Monreal deliberately? Our Robin hardly had a touch did he? So did that really work? Hmmm....I'd stick to substituting Keepers (yes,yes, it was directed towards him in the end....)

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LVG: 'Tactics exposed Arsenal'

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hat a load of Bull***t. DiMaria hardly had a kick and they won because of a dodgy offside and a breakaway goal when Arsenal were chasing. Good luck to them they got their points but to try and claim this as some sort of tactical masterstroke is laughable, It was luck pure and simple.

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LVG: 'Tactics exposed Arsenal'

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Alisher Usmanov says Arsene Wenger's principles may be holding Arsenal back, claiming the manager must admit his mistakes.

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Brandao has apologised for the headbutt on Paris St Germain's Thiago Motta that saw him suspended for six months.

Manchester United: Van Gaal claims tactics exposed Arsenal

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